Principal: Mr. Langston Frison
5605 Corby Street
Omaha, NE 68104-4127
Phone: (531) 299-2000 Fax: (531) 299-2018
Rose Hill Elementary School is located at 5605 Corby Street. Located in the historic Benson area, Rose Hill Elementary is bound to the south by the old Country Club area of Omaha. Rose Hill serves a diverse community boasting a wide range of socio-economic levels. The newly renovated building opened to students in March 2002. Currently, Rose Hill serves approximately 285 students in grades Kindergarten through Five. The school's mission statement is "building a solid foundation for life-long learning." Rose Hill's educational program emphasizes three learning goals for students: reading, writing and mathematics. Rose Hill is proud of its active, supportive parent teacher organization and its partnerships through the Adopt-a-School program.
Rose Hill Elementary School will be an exemplary neighborhood school renowned throughout Omaha for its positive and supportive learning environment, collaboration and teamwork among staff and community, and a standard of high expectations for all resulting in ever-increasing student achievement.
Families throughout the OmahaPublicSchool district will be increasingly drawn to be part of the Rose Hill community and mission.
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Rose Hill School Improvement Plan at a Glance, 2019-2020
Collaboration and lesson planning using guaranteed and viable curriculum with fidelity.
Content and Language Learning Goals.
School Improvement Criteria
ü By May 2020, Rose Hill will reduce the percentage of students missing 5% or more of their school year focusing on creating a 2% increase in the not chronic domain moving from 54.67% to 56.67%.
o Establish and maintain an Attendance Team to consist of the principal, school support liaison, counselor and other staff appointed by the principal.
o Attendance Team meets weekly to review attendance dashboard
ü By 2020, Rose Hill will increase the percentage of students identified as being on track or college and career ready from 49.3% to 54.3% on NSCAS-ELA.
ü Demonstrate an increase of 5% of students exceeding projected growth on MAP assessment by 2020. We will go from 55.6% to 60%
Sections 2, 4, 11, Best Instructional Practices Handbook
o Align, post, unpack, reference and ensure student ownership of a daily, student-friendly reading and writing learning goal
o Blooms/Webb’s Depth of Knowledge questioning strategies to include text dependent analysis and reading/writing response opportunities
o Careful selection of lessons that relate to the comprehension and vocabulary skills and strategies.
o Authentic literacy experiences (e.g., think-aloud, interactive read-aloud, close reading, graphic organizers, note-taking) during whole group instruction. (Modeled)
o Guided Reading instruction based on F&P Continuum, student level/needs
ü By 2020, we will increase the percentage of students identified as being on track or college and career ready from 45.7% to 51.1% on NSCAS-Math
ü Demonstrate an increase of 5% of students exceeding projected growth on MAP assessment by 2020. We will go from 50.8% to 55.7%
Sections 2, 5, Best Instructional Practices Handbook
o Align, post, unpack, reference and ensure student ownership of a daily student-friendly math objective that contains the thinking level and math skill students are expected to master by the end of the lesson.
o Embed writing in mathematics everyday (ie.: exit ticket, entrance ticket, math journal, explaining in writing how to solve a problem, writing in authentic situations.)
o Evidence of manipulatives, accessible to students, modeled by the teacher
o Utilize a number sense routine, such as Number Talks, daily.
ü By 2020, will increase the percentage of students identified as being on track or college and career ready from 47.9% to 53.1% on NSCAS-Science
ü Demonstrate an increase of 5% of students exceeding projected growth on MAP assessment by 2020. We will go from 64.3% to 67.9%
Section 2, 14, Best Instructional Practices Handbook
o Align, post, unpack, reference and ensure student ownership of a daily, student- friendly science goal
o Plan purposeful, explicit and direct lessons aligned to Nebraska College and Career Ready science Standards. Lessons include the Science and Engineering Practices, Disciplinary Core Ideas, and Crosscutting concepts, content and skills, activities, questions and assessments.
o Emphasize inquiry based scientific investigations utilizing Elevate Science curriculum and the 5 E model of teaching science (Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate) giving students hands-on opportunities to engage in experiments and labs.
ü Implement MTSS-B Tier 1 practices and systems with fidelity along with introducing Tier 2 check-in/out systems.
Sections 3, 7 Best Instructional Practices Handbook
o Evidence of Class DOJO and use of behavior tab on I.C.
o Positive Specific Performance Feedback, 4:1
o Use of a continuum of strategies to encourage positive behavior (Engagement Techniques, Mindfulness)
o School Counselor and PAC facilitator will meet with small groups daily to review/reteach behavior expectations and social skills.
o Use SAT process to differentiate for Tier 2 and Tier 3 students and identify programs and strategies of support.
Section 3, Best Instructional Practices Handbook
Gold Award Winning School: 2014-15 & 2015-16
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